AMIT KATWALA,: The Athletic Brain : How Neuroscience is Revolutionising Sport and Can Help You Perform Better
Sport changes your brain. The minds of elite athletes can pull off feats of anticipation and co-ordination that amateurs would find impossible. The athletic brain has been trained through hours and hours of practice - years of sweat and toil. But what if there were a shortcut to training your brain? Cognitive training tools offer the tantalising possibility of breaking the '10,000-hour rule'. Top-level athletes and teams are increasingly tapping into new knowledge of the brain to develop tools and techniques that can offer a shortcut to sporting success, or push the boundaries of performance beyond its current limits. Increasingly, these tools are becoming available to the ordinary amateur, revolutionising the ways in which anyone can improve their skills. Based on interviews with top athletes and the scientists working at the cutting edge of our knowledge, Amit Katwala provides a fascinating insight into the possibilities that are becoming open to us all. He takes us to see how Borussia Dortmund's 'Footbonaut' and touchscreen-based games in the NFL have been achieving excellent results. As with bestsellers such as The Chimp Paradoxand Bounce, by the end of this book, readers will look at sporting performance in a new light, and be able to apply these insights to their own lives.
Dated to about the fifth century BC, The Art of War is considered the world's oldest treatise on war tactics. Attributed to Sun Tzu of China's Zhou dynasty, the book addresses important aspects of warfare, such as planning offenses, military combat, and the use of spies. This book's teachings have been applied to scenarios as varied as office politics, the Vietnam War, and American football. A Novel Journal: The Art of War infuses new life into a military heirloom by inviting writers to pen their own ideas between the lines of a time-honored book. The entirety of The Art of Warand a later version with commentary The Athletic Brain : How Neuroscience is Revolutionising Sport and Can Help You Perform Better download PDF by British Museum expert Lionel Giles form the lines of this journal in tiny type. Packaged with a Svepa cover, brilliant endpapers, colored edges, and matching elastic band, this book is a great gift or collectible for Chinese history buffs or military enthusiasts. And the compact size makes this journal easy to slip into a purse, briefcase, or backpack so you can record and revisit your thoughts on the go.
Author: AMIT KATWALA,
Number of Pages: 368 pages
Published Date: 11 Aug 2016
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Publication Country: London, United Kingdom
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